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Old 24-09-2008, 10:02   #3 (permalink)
brian wright22
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Re: Focussing problems on EOS450D

By all means get the lens & Body checked straight away John.

You have to bare in mind though that at 35-55mm shots when you are viewing on the monitor has far less magnifiction required when looking at 18mm zoomed in digitally on your monitor. Try to do some tests on a subject at 18mm,with the subject filling the frame and with some decent content with fine detail. Then set the lens to 35mm then 55mm and move the camera back so that you frame the same amount of area of the subject. This way you will not have to zoom in digitally when viewing the shots on your monitor and this will make a fair comparison meaningfull.

I hope this helps. Brian
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